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Geek Trivia: The 20 all-time favorite columns

Which of The Trivia Geek's hundreds of Geek Trivia columns -- written over an almost eight year period spanning multiple formats and attempts at cancellation -- constitute his personal top 20?

On August 31, 2001, your friendly neighborhood Trivia Geek, Jay Garmon (me), was handed the keys to a so-called TechMail known as Geek Trivia. That first column was barely 200 words long, was sourced from Snopes.com, and involved some inside-baseball production trivia about The Simpsons. During the course of the next seven years, the column would grow to more than 80,000 subscribers in more than 200 countries, would twice dodge the cancellation axe, and would become the lynchpin of this, the Geekend blog.

And this is the last Geek Trivia I'll ever write for TechRepublic or the Geekend. The Trivia Geek is hanging up his spurs after seven and a half years of slinging interrogative minutia across the World Wide Web. The editorial authorities here at TechRepublic have paid me the ultimate compliment by dubbing me irreplaceable; Geek Trivia won't go on without me, so this is the final entry for the newsletter and the column under this humble masthead.

Before we close shop, however, there is one last trivia question I'd like to put to the audience; one that I hope will be worth the seven years or so of work and research it took to conjure.

WHAT ARE THE TRIVIA GEEK'S 20 FAVORITE GEEK TRIVIA COLUMNS OF ALL TIME?

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Jay Garmon has a vast and terrifying knowledge of all things obscure, obtuse, and irrelevant. One day, he hopes to write science fiction, but for now he'll settle for something stranger -- amusing and abusing IT pros. Read his full profile. You can a...

107 comments
mgibson@gilsongraphics.
mgibson@gilsongraphics.

Jay I've only been reading your columns for the last six months - and have really enjoyed them. As one wise man said many years ago: Live long and prosper! Thanks!!

dave
dave

For some reason the Yuri Gagarin trivia is the one I remember most. Something I never knew.

pdf6161
pdf6161

would include one you haven't yet written. Thanks for the many enjoyable reads.

FiOS-Dave
FiOS-Dave

Jay, thanks for those wonderfully absorbing columns. They were one of the few things that I actually looked forward to reading! I know all 150 people on my mailing list are going to miss my sending them links to these columns! Dave

tiggsy
tiggsy

Goodbye, good luck and thanks for the fish

dave.blake
dave.blake

Thanks mate. You've brightened up my days more often than I care to remember. Good luck in your next endeavour.

frankog99
frankog99

Man oh man, depression is setting in and wednesday is a week away. I look forward to the trivia email every wednesday, and have done so for some seven years now ( how time flies ) I would like to thank you very much for your time and effort, and all of the most excellent trivia, you will be missed, and my wednesday's much emptier for the loss. Frank

darpoke
darpoke

...... ...... Geek Trivia: Strength in (phone) numbers Geek Trivia: Lucky number (thirty) seven Geek Trivia: The 20 all-time favorite columns </Geek Trivia> </Era> What a shame. I have enjoyed the work of the Trivia Geek for so long now. It's encapsulated just the right mix of attention to detail with interesting facts and the opportunity for discussion (read: argument :-) ) - what more could a tech blog read want? Take care and all the best, Jay. [Edit: fixed faux tags from disappearing]

Four-Eyes
Four-Eyes

Man, i'm really gonna miss this... :( Best wishes to your future endeavors though!

Sepius
Sepius

I have always looked forward to Geek Trivia, and will mis it greatly The most facinating Triv that I read that kept me looking for all sorts of info about it was the PEPCON explosion one. That was one of the most amazing things I have seen. Good luck in the future Jay. I will be doing regular Googling to see what you are up to. It's not stalking ... when you cant see me :) Sepius

tw_mama
tw_mama

Geek Trivia has been the highlight of my week ever since I discovered it three years ago. It's amazing the stuff you came up with each week. Thanks and good luck.

NickNielsen
NickNielsen

Geek Trivia made it possible for me (and thousands of others) to face the fact that there were still three days left in the week. You will be missed here.

joethejet
joethejet

Sorry to see Jay and Geek Trivia go. It was always a bright spot mid-week for me. My favorite was probably the story on Murphy's Law.

Tekkless
Tekkless

...has got to be this one (cue a big group "awwww"). Seriously, Jay, as someone who writes for a living, I just want to tell you how much I've enjoyed your columns and your inquisitive mind, and all the silly and wonderful places it's taken us. I've got a small stack of unread columns tucked away in an e-mail subfolder, just so I wouldn't miss any. This is a real loss to Tech Republic. Peace. Jay (not you, a different one)

javalexlan
javalexlan

But in any case, thanks a lot Jay for all these years of curios and always interesting trivias, we will miss you. Best wishes for your new projects. Regards Javalexlan

hudsplace
hudsplace

Jay - This is a Great April Fool?s Day Prank... Right. Your Trivia Humor will be missed. Sadly, it was the highlight of my week for several years. Yes, I work in a high stress - geek filled shop - who loves discussing your column. We hope your new adventures will be as exciting as your years of entertaining all of us. Maybe you can keep the 80,000 e-mail list for an annual update on your career and a little geek humor. It is hard to pick a favorite GT - but I like your list. The April Fools pranks were funny and the Pepsi Prize of the Jet. Enjoy the new Trek - As a fan, I'm worried about the franchise. Since your going to have lots of Free Time now, maybe they will let you be their consultant. The fans need a spokesman and with your writing skills plus 80,000 contacts, they would be lucky to get you. Trek plots should be full of ideas that make us think and a little less Dark Side and Sex. Not that geeks don't like Sex, I just prefer to get that at home. Hollywood plastic barbies can't compare to the homegrown southern bells. Being from Kentucky, you gotta know that. Anyway - enough wishful thinking. Enjoy your freedom and good luck on your new adventures. Live Long and Prosper. Mark

techrepublic.com
techrepublic.com

Thanks Jay, for all your hard work - I have been able to muster at least a couple of those fine morsels of trivia at apposite moments, and for that I owe you a unique debt of gratitude. I wish you plenty of success with whatever stands ahead of you. Cheers james Luton, UK

PaulP
PaulP

Thank you for all the years of eloquent trivia! I shall miss you in my inbox every Wednesday morning. I wish you all the best in whatever you choose to do next.

ITrhino
ITrhino

Back in 2004 a friend sent me the column entitled Pinball Wizard that explained the origin of the tilt mechanism. That will always be my favorite as I never missed another Geek Trivia. Thank you Jay for the amusement, education, and the necessary distractions. You covered an incredible breadth of topics and never ceased to fascinate us in your delivery. All the best to you and those who tickle our imaginations.

lance_peterson
lance_peterson

I've shared your trivia with all our staff here for years. We are all going to miss it. Thanks for expanding our minds and our vocalularies!

maisonrose
maisonrose

19 Where can one find the world?s only known naturally occurring nuclear reactor? I was in west Africa until 1970, dealing with the company runing that mine (comilog) and never heard of this strange fact. Well Jay I'm missing your Geek Trivia already. All the best from Aberdeen Scotland Michel

travelcare_chris
travelcare_chris

At least it sounds like you are going out on your own terms. If you have to go, I'm glad you weren't forced out.

iheatseekeri
iheatseekeri

Your column will be missed. Or to put it in a much more geek friendly way... So long, and thanks for all the facts! Best wishes!

turbinepilot
turbinepilot

Jay - no more Geek Trivia? This news is more difficult to accept than... ...watching the original Enterprise being destroyed in Star Trek III. ...hearing that Col. Potter's character (MASH) was shot down over the Sea of Japan. ...the news that Brittney Spears is making a come-back. Good luck, Jay. I'll truly miss your weekly trivia column!

kwitzell
kwitzell

Thanks Jay, your column was something I always looked forward to, you will be missed! Ken

PF
PF

Been great fun and informative too Thanks Doc P

adams
adams

Damn, Jay! I look forward to this column. Thanks for all of them.

mkastler
mkastler

OK at the risk of sounding like I'm hyping my own show for purely selfish reasons ... which while an accurate portrayal should still not take away form this important message ... ;) Jay Garmon may be gone from TR, but you can still catch him weekly on the TechTalk show on WRLR 98.3 FM in Illinois. Don't live in the area? We broadcast live every Saturday at 10AM at www.wrlr.fm or - better yet - check out the podcast on iTunes or at http://techtalk.wrlr.fm The show itself is a technology based talk and interview hour that has never taken itself too seriously, so Jay fits right in! We were somehow able to convince Jay his time would be well spent with us the last time he got "canceled." So, check us out ... as longtime fans of Jay's particular brand of geek intellect ourselves, we're overjoyed to have him with us regularly and hope you'll check us out. Come for the Jay, but stay for the ... uh, well, I can't think of any way to appropriately end THAT sentence, so just click through to http://techtalk.wrlr.fm !! Main Site: http://techtalk.wrlr.fm Blog: http://techtalk.dreamhosters.com/wordpress iTUNES Link: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=303648521

sidekick
sidekick

If you did not say the title of my post in a deep, slow motion voice, please go back and try it again. Now, if someone would be so kind as to chain Jay to his desk and force him to write more Geekend, that would be much appreciated. It's the majority of my lunch time amusement and this "hanging up the spurs" thing simply won't do. My only entertainment now will be the occasional and sometime colorful questioning of one another's intelligence sprinkled about the discussions here in Tech Republic. Oh well. So long Jay, and thanks for all the fish.

CharlieSpencer
CharlieSpencer

It's been a stone cold hoot. Remember, you're still welcome at the party in June.

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

It's been a great run over these last almost-eight years. I had a great time writing Geek Trivia. Hopefully, you had almost as a good a time reading it. I look forward to reading your take on the column--especially from my most dedicated quibblers.

seanferd
seanferd

Yeah, I found it last night. And quite easily, I might add, as it came in the newsletter. B-) Excellent trivia.

Marty-7
Marty-7

The usual good stuff we had come to expect from ya.

pbrown5580
pbrown5580

I began visiting Tech Republic as a QA tester to keep informed about technology, and was fascinated by Geek Trivia. I forwarded them, told them to people, and they spurred a lot of fun and occasionally productive serious discussion. Years on, having gone into sales, I have always come back 'home' for Geek Trivia. I'm going to miss it. Thanks, and good luck. PB

michael
michael

TurbinePilot, Col. Henry Blake's plane was shot down over the Sea of Japan, not Col. Potter. I recall reading somewhere that that part of the script was not told to the M.A.S.H. cast in advance, or perhaps was told to them at the last minute, because the director wanted to capture the actors' real reactions to that plot twist. Anyway, I'm sorry to see Jay go. Last time he told us he was canned, we mounted a successful email protest & TR/CNET realized the folly of their ways. This time, however, I'm getting the feeling that Jay is happy to move on. So Jay, if I'm wrong, just say the word and we'll make sure that the TR people feel our wrath. And if I'm right, and you're really looking forward to moving on, then all I can say is Live Long and Prosper. -Michael

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

Mike and his partner Dave have been quite good to me over the last year, and I'll be appearing on their broadcasts/podcasts as long as they'll have me. For pure geek trivia, TechTalk is the place to go. For a Geekend substitute, I'll of course plug The Written Weird and the good folks at SFSignal.com, from whom I stole ever so much content. You are not without recourse. Besides, I've got a few ideas for some semi-regular columns over at The Written Weird, including The Armchair Screenwriter, the Chrono-Anarchist Hitlist, and maybe even the Sci-Fi Word of the Day. You can't keep a good geek--or his desire for an audience--down.

eM DuBYaH
eM DuBYaH

From the bottom of my heart, and to say what I mean and to mean exactly what I say, this was UKT UP BULLSH!T to drop you!

Bebedo
Bebedo

Every week I look forward to my trivia dosing with back-up story. This is a sad event when it will no longer brighten my work week... Thanks for the good work in the past and best wishes for future endeavors!

BiggestDawg
BiggestDawg

Jay, Thanks for all the trivia! I have read it faithfully for a long time and will greatly miss your perspective. I hope your future endeavors keep you equally challenged. Thanks again dude

Aaron A Baker
Aaron A Baker

Well my friend; The time has finally come. I can only say that it's been a real treat to read you columns over time. Many times you actually managed to surprise me with the information that you were imparting. This would leave me wondering, "Where does he get all this stuff???" Jay, the fact is that your articles were, smartly written, coherent and at times, astonishing {at least to me} I wish you well my friend.I only hope that the people who are getting you are fully aware of they're getting. Somehow Tech Republic will not be quite the same without your presence. I close in wishing you every success in your future endeavors. If it doesn't work out, come on back home where we would welcome you with open arms. All the Best my Friend. In all Sincerity Aaron

deepsand
deepsand

let me know, and I'll introduce you to the [i]Phyrst[/i] & the [i]Rathskeller[/i]. And, if you like college football, the Penn State Ticket Man & I will take you to the game.

2rs
2rs

or, can we?? My SigOther is not a techie, but a Trekkie, Hitchhiker fan, & space nut. I have printed many of your articles to share with him. To echo, thanks for all the fish. Live long and prosper. Gay Rose

The Scummy One
The Scummy One

and so will your columns. I can honestly say I will miss them.

Luke G.
Luke G.

I eagerly scanned every TR email for a new post from you, and excitedly read them all! I even forwarded some of them to my non-geek friends, who also found them highly interesting. In addition, I believe I've learned a new word in every one of your posts! I'm gonna have to hunt you down on those other sites you mentioned just to get my geek fix... It's been fun!

gadmiron
gadmiron

Thank TR, you should reconsider

jeff.wolfe
jeff.wolfe

Your weekly message was one of the few that wasn't deleted immediately from my inbox. I'm gonna miss out on new topics to quibble with friends about. Good luck with all you do in the future.

TechnoDoc
TechnoDoc

Jay, I'm too bummed out to write much, but best wishes in the future. Thanks for maintaining such a great and unique form of education and entertainment for so long. I greatly appreciate it.

simonjbrowne
simonjbrowne

One of the main reasons I subscribe to Tech Republic's rather relentless and over serious barrage of emails is the thought that once a week I will be entertained, informed, and, yes, even educated by your entertaining columns. Not just me, I copy them and send them on around the world! My favorites are those relating to Star Trek and the cost of anti matter was a recent classic. Thanks Jay Good luck for the future - I hope your readers can persuade you [and, I suspect, your masters] to continue!

Northern Light
Northern Light

Looked forward to a good smile when your column would arrive Enough said

RipVan
RipVan

...that the reason you are only giving the top 20 columns is because that is all you wrote. Every one of them said "Jay is on vacation this week and is re-running a column from..." The good thing is that IT has destroyed my mind, and you could have re-run one from yesterday and I would read it as if it were new, and never know the difference. I have more than a few regular TR columns come to my inbox, this was by far my favorite (20 times over!!!).

landrews
landrews

You will be sincerely missed!

donald.yost
donald.yost

I was sooo proud when I got my quibble recognized, my quibble about Advanced Python Scripting and Buzz Aldrin. Thanks for that. My favorite all-time column would have to be the one about Napolean III's contest to create a substitute for butter. My office mate and I also learned that day that Wisconsin didn't repeal their margarine tax until 1967 (if you can believe that). This comes up more times than I would like to admit in public. Jay, thanks for the column. I was bummed when it went down to only once a week, and now I'm bummed that it will be gone for good, but I do thank you for doing this all these years. You wrote a great column. You should be very proud of it. All the best to you as you move forward. Good luck!!!

seanferd
seanferd

So, well just have to follow your efforts elsewhere. I hope you continue to update The Written Weird occasionally, time permitting. Best of luck to you.

103392
103392

NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! (Echoing away, akin to the sound of Homer Simpson falling off a bridge. Yes, that episode was just on.)

whopper
whopper

I'm a fairly new reader, but Geek Trivia cut through the clutter and got me to read the TR site. It'll be a less fun place without you.

rmartin
rmartin

Jay: Your posts have been entertaining, informative, puzzling, amazing, and a major jolt to my early morning routine. Will sincerely miss them and you. Best to you in whatever is coming next in your life.

james_voris
james_voris

Everytime Geek Trivia popped up on my e-mail, it is always the first thing I read. What a shock, it is like your best friend is dead and you are just now informed of it! Hope you counted "Belize" in your 200 countries, that is where I am. Good luck on your next adventure and may it be as successful!

DigAPony1969
DigAPony1969

In these times of soaring deficits, huge unemployment, shriveling GDP, impending draconian tax hikes, and ever-present IT job loss fear the geniuses at TR torpedo Geek Trivia? This was one of the few light hearted distractions we had. Thanks TR! Jay thanks so much for all the memories and fine superlative articles. You were one of the main reasons I ever read and joined TR. You will be sorely missed. TR may now be dead to me.

aprilyn
aprilyn

Life is busy and no one has time to read everything they sign up for....but I NEVER missed your column. But I will surely miss it now. Best wishes to you and thanks for making being a geek more fun. (please pass the kleenex)

bigWillie
bigWillie

Didn't we already do this once when TR wanted to shutdown the Trivia Geek? I will miss you Jay and your odd thought patterns and all the information that you filled my head with the past few years. :'(

drhuff
drhuff

Flame out, no chute, now I die!

MichelliL
MichelliL

This news bites. Big time. Jay, was this your decision, or were you thrown out? At first it sounded like you were "retiring" but after reading the posts, it sounds like you've been given your "golden watch." If this was a decision by TechRepublic, shame on the PTB. This was pretty much the sole reason I still allow TR e-mails to pass through my spam filter these days. Any chance you might resume Geek Trivia in another blog somewhere? I'd gladly follow you, and I'm not a big blog reader. (Or maybe TR could "smarten up" again, and allow Geek Trivia the hat trick on the cancellation axe!)

peter
peter

I'm not even a techie, I only joined tech republic for the trivia! Go well dude

Ray Nickles
Ray Nickles

I always looked forward to my next Geek fix. You have expanded the thoughts of all who read your Trivia. In our industry a complex cerebral stimulation above our everday complex job made things easier. We will miss you

mhanratty
mhanratty

It's been great fun. Maybe TR can post the whole collection as an archive and us geeks can peruse them at our leisure while we're waiting for the code to compile or the software to install.

raul62
raul62

Dear Jay, thanks a lot for sharing with us your time, your intelligence, your sense of humor. It's difficult to choose a list of best columns. It's on everyone's taste. As with the children, I like them all the same. :-) I wish you a lot of fun and fame in your next job(s). Sincerely yours, Ra?l (Your silent correspondent in the Black Forest)

Marty-7
Marty-7

Well ratz! This news just ruined MY day. I agree with the others, the Internet just got a little more disappointing today. The Wednesday Geek Trivia newsletter was far & away my favorite "tech" email of the week and I also enjoyed your other TR contributions. I guess now I'll have to stop being lazy & check out your other venues. :-) Thanx for all the good trivia and interesting columns over the years, Jay. Good luck to you in all that you do. Live long & Prosper, Geek-meister. -Marty

hal.potter
hal.potter

What will I do Wednesday mornings to get my day going? Since I'm not a coffee drinker, the Greek Trivia is my morning fix every Wednesday. If it is not going to be in my inbox, then I guess I won't even turn on my computer that day. Thanks Jay, I have loved each issue.

Roxanne
Roxanne

Jay, you have been a persistent source of puzzles and grins for so long. Thanks for it all! And best of luck on your next adventures!

TaDaH
TaDaH

Jay, I'm really going to miss Geek Trivia! It was the most important factor that kept me coming to TR. I guess I'm stuck with Microsoft Office Suite being my only entertainment from TR now. I'll still track you through feedburner on "The Written Weird," et alia. Reading into your comments above, will Geekend keep going on TR or are you done with that as well? Thanks for your years of effort and giving us entertainment, education, and alliterations. I wish you the very best in your future. T

ellsanto
ellsanto

for one of the greatest columns on Tech Republic and the entire internet. Geek Trivia was a weekly staple for me. I will miss it greatly. See you on the written weird.

Sterling chip Camden
Sterling chip Camden

This column will be sorely missed. The web just got a whole lot less fun.

BFilmFan
BFilmFan

You always led the way and your column has always inspired me as examples of how to be very interesting on the internet. Just like the Washed Up Update, the Geek Trivia column is going to be a part of people's memories for a long time. Jerr

JosiahB
JosiahB

...that I can't possibly allow this to happen. Seriously, how exactly am I meant to pass the time when I'm meant to be working now? Thanks for the many surprising and informative articles, in the short time I've been reading you've expanded my geek knowledge considerably. Although thinking about it I'm not sure I should count that as a good thing... Good luck for the future and thanks again!

neill1973
neill1973

Bummer I am really going to miss Geek Trivia

2rs
2rs

Sea of Japan and THERE WERE NO SURVIVIORS. Just watched a re-run last week & cried again.

sseifert
sseifert

Geek Trivia will be sorely missed, but change is inevitable. It has been a pleasure reading your columns over the years, and I look forward to following your career elsewhere. GOod luck in your future endeavors

Bill Ward
Bill Ward

It was part of my Tuesday/Wednesday ritual for years now... and here I find once again that I have to say that I'll miss your wry humor and trivia here. I'll keep up with you through the WW, and who knows, maybe I'll eventually be able to listen to you on the radio.... but I guess that GeekEnd will die, and no one can ever replace you.

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

If TR had their way, they'd still be paying me to write Geek Trivia. I took a new day job with a direct competitor to CNET, and my new overlords kiboshed me getting a paycheck from the enemy. Thus, I go into business for myself.

jck
jck

You're still the only one to get me anything. I still have my mug and cherish it. You are the man! BTW, Sonja does owe me two items but I haven't chosen them yet. So that's my fault. When I get 2 seconds at home, I will hit your site, Jay. Good to see you back, man. Been wondering about you.

Marty-7
Marty-7

No way! Shut the front door! I signed up for the "Written Weird" via email!

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

I am a football fan, and only a fool would pass up a chance to see JoePa's crew play in Happy Valley. Hopefully, I'll someday be able to cash in.

NickNielsen
NickNielsen

At least the "barrage of emails" part, which is usually caused by having one of the "Special Offers" boxes checked. Click on the "My Newsletters" link at the top right of the page. When the manage newsletters page opens, go to the very bottom, check the "Unsubscribe from all" box, then click on the Update button. You can now return to the newsletter management page and select ONLY those you wish to see.

RipVan
RipVan

and NOT with my favorite Geek Trivia. Makes it look like I like your announcement the BEST OF ALL TIME. Not so. This is the one column I didn't want to go away. I pictured myself still reading when I'm 90. Now what to do???? [annoyed grunt]

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

I'm told that the blog will continue to be updated, but by whom and with what frequency I'm not certain. It's only Geek Trivia that and my contributions to the Geekend that are being shut down.

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

And don't stop posting, either. I need somebody out there who can keep TR's comic book fanboys and trekkies in line.

gdilord
gdilord

What do we have to do to keep you writing? Send you large packets of cashew nuts? Threaten to short your motherboard? Beg and plead? Why are you leaving? What is the truth behind it? I will really miss your humour and style of writing Jay. Good luck and God bless for your future endeavours.

bbbaldie_z
bbbaldie_z

I have canceled 95% of the newsletters that I have signed for. Geek Trivia has been showing up in my mailbox continuously since late 2001. THAT's the ultimate compliment from me.

Bill Ward
Bill Ward

That's the reason that I've been so quiet lately, anyway; I'm on a crash project at work, do all of my full-time "charity" work, and I'm STILL a full time PhD student. I don't know when I'll get more than 5 hours sleep again in one night... but while I love to read Geekend, it's STILL about you, your humor and spot on "Geek"-ability in the end, Jay... it won't be nearly the same without you, and for that, TechRepublic is a much lesser place.

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

I firmly suspect you'll be one of the first people reached out to as a a Geekend replacement. And rightly so, Mr. Rocket Scientist.

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

It was my new employer's decision. As in, you can't work here if you're still doing work there. And seeing as how a full time job pays better than a part time one, the new day job won out.

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

That was a joke. CNET canned me when they got bought by CBS. Probably because the TV guys were embarrassed by my one and only Geekend video. [shudder]

Aaron A Baker
Aaron A Baker

Jay; Are you serious?? Is that really the reason they did this to you? Aaron

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

She'll get you taken care of, I'm sure.

Bill Ward
Bill Ward

Neither Rebecca nor I ever did get a Mug.... but hey, that was just going to be icing for me, though I Rebecca is an AWFUL big coffee drinker......

NickNielsen
NickNielsen

After years of making the membership work like dogs and jump through hoops to get swag, they've changed the rules. All you have to do now is, well, participate. Like we haven't been doing that all along? ;) Definitely looking forward to the return of Geek Trivia, Jay.

Jay Garmon
Jay Garmon

I was too liberal with the mug distribution

Sterling chip Camden
Sterling chip Camden

That will mark the end of an era in college sports for the whole nation.

deepsand
deepsand

Despite his great enthusiasm, Joe's body has begun to betray him. And, he no longer has a long term contract, but is operating on a year-to-year basis. It will be a sad day in Happy Valley when he's forced to become a spectator.

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